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Why Steve Jobs replaced the Mac’s £ key with

Graphic designer Susan Kare is iconic – literally. The mastermind behind the friendly 32 x 32 and 16 x 16 icons used in the original Mac operating system, Kare’s work has reached more people than almost any other graphic designer on Earth. Yet the way she stumbled into designing the icons for the Mac operating system was pretty much a lark, and in a recent presentation at the EG conference in California, Kare spoke a little bit about how she stumbled into the job. It’s a fascinating talk, not just for the details she shares about early Mac operating system development, but also because Kare finally reveals why Apple switched from the Apple symbol to the Command key. Kare never thought she’d be best known for…

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The inventor of Comic Sans tells the story behind the world’s most-hated font

The inventor of Comic Sans tells the story behind the world’s most-hated font.

Comic Sans, the font we all love to hate, has an interesting story, which was recently told by its very creator on stage of the most recent edition of the Boring conference. The legendary font made the rounds again a few months ago when graphic designer Craig Rozynski developed its doppelganger – Comic Neue. Comic Sans was created for a short-lived Windows interface called Microsoft Bob. It featured a cartoon dog character who spoke to computer users through speech bubbles. The words inside the speech bubble were rendered in Times New Roman, which didn’t look right to Connare (the font creator). He thought a cartoon dog should…

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Author: John Smith John is an American freelance UI/UX graphic designer and has been working in this field for 5 years. He also writes for other blogs, His biggest passion is blogging and loves all things design and technology. You can follow him on Twitter

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